Sentencing takes place for former Cambridgeshire Police Officer

February 13, 2023

Detective Constable James Jordan of Cambridgeshire Police was sentenced to four years in prison on Friday 10 Feb at St.

Alban’s Crown Court after admitting eight offences: five of making indecent photographs/pseudo photographs of a child and three of misconduct in a public office.

He will be placed on register as a sex offender and abide by the terms of a sexual harm prevention order for 10 years.

Matthew Sorel-Cameron was instructed by Ben Brighouse of the CPS for the Prosecution. He prosecutes and defends in cases of Sexual Offences specialising in child sexual exploitation, rape and historic sexual crimes. He has significant experience in representing vulnerable clients and handling vulnerable witnesses. He is on the CPS Advocate Panel for General Crime at Grade 4, and on the Fraud, Serious Crime and RASSO panels.

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